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    Pro Director Education Vision Fund update- The Philosophy Exchange

Pro Director Education Vision Fund update- The Philosophy Exchange

Today’s post outlines the success of the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method’s Pro-Director Education Vision Funded project, the Philosophy Exchange. You can find out more about the Philosophy Exchange and other School-funded projects at the LSE Education Symposium on Wednesday 9th May.

Launched in Lent Term, the Philosophy Exchange was designed to give undergraduate students the chance to […]

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    Simulations- bringing real world contexts into the classroom

Simulations- bringing real world contexts into the classroom

In today’s post, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Dr Jenni Carr considers the impact using real world simulations in the classroom can have on student learning.

My most valuable learning experience as an undergraduate was participating in a simulation, organised as part of a residential event. I wouldn’t have known then to call this collection of activities ‘a simulation’, but […]

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Feedback and the art of conversation

In this final post in our mini-series inspired by the Assessment and Feedback Statements produced by LSE departments last year, Dr Colleen McKenna focuses on feedback practices across the School and considers ways in which students are taking part in the feedback process – either through conversation with academics or as providers of feedback for peers or themselves

Increasingly, the literature […]

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Resource of the week: feedback, feed in, feed forward

To open the ‘feedback practices’ theme of this final week in our mini-series on assessment and feedback, today’s resources both address approaches to giving feedback. The HEA Feedback Toolkit considers feedback from different disciplines, genres and perspectives – including those of students – as well as activities, illustrations and case studies on practice from across the sector. Topics addressed include feedback on written work, presentations, posters, […]

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Resource of the week: TLC assessment toolkit

This week’s resource opens the theme of week 2 in our mini-series inspired by LSE departments’ Assessment and Feedback Statements – assessment diversity. The new Assessment Toolkit, prepared by Claire Gordon and Colleen McKenna of LSE’s Teaching and Learning Centre and long-time collaborator Jane Hughes for the University of London International Programmes, is designed as a guide to course and programme designers engaged […]

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